Question about Toyota Tercel
Sorry would it need it in front of me and a four poster lift to even try work out whats wrong ,your english description leaves a lot to be desired but if it is what i think the fault sounds like then i would check the rear engine mount /stabliser but with a good look then i cannot advise any further only to consult a local mechanic with a hoist or a pit .
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try checking the engine/transmission mounts, one of them may not have been reinstalled properly, or worn out, causing a vibration. If the car is able to move with the new clutch, and it seems to work, I wouldn't say the clutch was put in wrong. Also check the wires around the engine/transmission, you may have knocked something loose as well.
Hope this helps
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
hi.check the start selenoid on the pass side of the engine in the engine valley it has 2 battery connections and a little wire it turns on the glow plugs the wire might be comprimised look for the wire chaffing or insulation rubbed off. does it blow out immediatly or over time?
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
does it vibrate durreing brak aplicatin, if so probably a out of round rotor,ifatlower speeds just driveing
most ikely a seperated tire
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
Sound more like out of balance tires, or bent wheel. Unless this vibration is even in park. Then I would say something is up against a part of the steering that shouldn't be.. Or your exhaust system is bent or touching part of the undercarriage that it shouldn't be. Was the car ever wrecked?
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
SOURCE: Car jerks to left w/no warning
My opinion, not a good car. But that is a different story. It would be easiest to bring the car in for an alignment. The technician will tell you what the car needs to do the alignment. But if you want to do it yourself then you will need to inspect all the steering componants (tie-rods,struts, lower ball joint, wheel bearings, brakes, wheels, tire wear,tread pattern, and tire pressure, and lug nuts (loose or overtightened). Good luck.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
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